University - Blastrac, NA


 Blastrac University is instructed by Levi Smiley who comes with 22 years of industry knowledge in the concrete and steel preparation markets. With firsthand experience as a service technician, field equipment operator, sales manager and contracting as a small business owner he has a unique ability to tailor the class specifically to the room of attendees.  He's designed this class for professionals in all positions form all experience levels.




Course Curriculum Covers:

  • OSHA compliancy and PPE safety requirements
  • Surface preparation technologies
  • CSP surface profiles - what and why
  • Electricity - single phase, three phase and managing Ohm's law
  • Dust Collection - how and why it works, proper pairing
  • Scraping - machine operation and tooling selection
  • Diamonds - what they are and how they work
  • Diamond grinding - machine operation and diamond selection
  • Shot blasting - machine operation, shot selection, maintenance

Hands-On Removal of:

  • Ceramic tile
  • VCT
  • Linoleum
  • Epoxy
  • Carpet Glue
  • Pressure sensitive adhesive
  • Thin set
  • Aggregate exposure
  • Aggregate knockdown

Affordable Excellence
Class fee of $695.00 (payable upon confirmed registration) includes:

  • Classroom Course Instructions
  • Blastrac University Handbook
  • Hands-on use of equipment
  • How to achieve proper surface preparation techniques
  • Basic Training Certificate
  • Morning refreshments, lunch, and two dinner meals
  • Transportation to and from the hotel

Attendees will be responsible for their own lodging and transportation to and from Oklahoma City. Reasonable lodging is available in close proximity to Blastrac, and our company personnel will be glad to assist you with accommodations upon completion and verification of enrollment.  

Space is limited. Reserve your place for the next Blastrac University class at our registration page, or call 1-800-256-3440. 

Current 2019 Class Schedule
Location: Oklahoma City, OK | Time: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Date Course  

May 14-16

August 13-15

November 12-14

 Introduction to Surface Preparation